Stock Photo: Samburu mothers will often carry their babies in bright cotton material tied round their waists or slung on their backs with a knot over one shoulder. Sometimes, coils of brass wire will cover women's upper or lower arms; they may be wound so tightly that movement of the arm is restricted causing the biceps to gradually weaken.

Samburu mothers will often carry their babies in bright cotton material tied round their waists or slung on their backs with a knot over one shoulder.  Sometimes, coils of brass wire will  cover women's upper or lower arms; they may be wound so tightly that movement of the arm is restricted causing  the biceps to gradually weaken. : Stock Photo

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